NSWC PHD, USACE Celebrate Modernization, Renovation Effort

NSWC PHD, USACE Celebrate Modernization, Renovation Effort

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Port Hueneme Division (PHD) held an event to mark the conclusion of a modernization and renovation project for a building slated for occupation by NSWC PHD's air dominance department.

The partnership incorporated open-seating desks, carpet and vinyl floor installation, a new kitchenette, refurbished bathrooms and a data closet into the 2.5K-square foot building as part of the $747,000 project, Naval Sea Systems Command said Thursday.

The team installed 3D building numbers and a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning system onto the facility's roof. USACE and NSWC PHD also worked with OCS Construction Services to repair the building's exterior wheelchair ramp.

NSWC PHD initially constructed the building as a base support administration facility in 1985. 

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